START YOUR REAL ESTATE JOURNEY WITH ONEBLUE REAL ESTATE SCHOOL!
IN CLASS OR ONLINE
At OneBlue Real Estate School we believe in ensuring that regardless of your schedule, location, or personal preference, we have a delivery method to suit your needs. That is why we’ve always offered our classes in the classroom, live-streamed with an instructor, or self-paced on demand.
A select number of our courses are available via our self-paced, on-demand e-learning system. There’s no instructor so this is for disciplined learners!
If you’re ready to get started on obtaining your Florida real estate license, however, you are unsure where to begin, no worries. At OneBlue Real Estate School we are experts at helping people get started in real estate and we’ve prepared a step-by-step guide that will take you from the beginning to being an active licensed real estate agent in Florida with a brokerage!
Are you studying for the sales associate or broker real estate exam and need help? Check out our exclusive online study resources including math tutorial videos, practice quizzes by chapter, crossword puzzles, downloadable guides, and much more! We even offer an on-demand real estate exam prep course to help you prepare for the state exam!
Every month the Department of Business and Professional Regulation’s Bureau of Education and Testing releases the prior month’s exam pass/fail rates by license type. We’ve taken that information and compiled it into to an easy to read, visual dashboard where you can see:
• Year-to-Date Pass/Fail Rates by License
• Passing Percentages by Month/License
• Number of Exams Administered by License per Month
• Total Number of Exams Administered by Year
Included is the monthly detailed report for each month.
Let’s face it, you have several real estate schools to choose from here in Central Florida, Tampa, and online. So why should you chose OneBlue Real Estate School over the others? While we aren’t the cheapest nor the most expensive option you have, we do believe we are the best real estate school and this is why we believe this:
FROM THE BLOG
Last week’s economic reporting included readings from Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, data on pending home sales, and a statement from the Fed’s Federal Open Market
Last week’s scheduled economic news included readings on sales of new and previously-owned homes and weekly reports on jobless claims and mortgage rates. March Sales
Last week’s economic news included readings from the National Association of Home Builders on housing
Last week’s economic reporting included readings from the Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee and
Each month the DBPR’s Bureau of Education and Testing releases the statewide pass/fail rates for